Before school started back, we hosted a tea party for Maxi and a few of her friends! They are all into arts and crafts, so I wanted to center it around making friendship bracelets and butterfly art. The butterfly bud vase houses paint brushes perfectly and the berry bowl makes it easy for little girls to dig through and find their favorite beads. With a tea kettle as our centerpiece, the table was set! Each piece in my collection with MacKenzie-Childs is meant to be multipurpose- the spoon rest even acts as a serving piece for small treats. We did cucumber sandwiches, strawberry and cream sandwiches, pink princess popcorn, and mini quiche!
For our main activity, we used these kits from Courtney Hummel- and it was such a hit with the little girls! They’d also make the perfect birthday party gifts paired with a bud vase.
Whether you’re scheming up tea party birthday ideas or dreaming of a pink gingerbread decorating party this winter, I hope these photos provide a bit of inspiration to spark ideas on how you can infuse these pieces into your next celebration.